The new Pacer 376
The new Pacer 376

New Simonis Voogt racer

South African manufacturer launches their 376R

Tuesday March 2nd 2010, Author: James Boyd, Location: South Africa

South African builder Pacer Yachts have launched a new Simonis Voogd design, the Pacer 376 & Pacer 376 R.

Available as a light displacement cruiser/racer or outright ‘racer’, this boat is equally at home hosting a family and friends on a comfortable cruise, or competing at the sharp end of the race fleet.

Built in high quality epoxy resins with foam and balsa core, the Pacer 376 offers performance foils, a powerful sail-plan, with modern lines and a race-proven deck layout, including a large cockpit. The 376 has a powerful hull shape with a hard chine in its aft sections.

Compare the two models here.

Vital statistics:

LOA: 11.46m
LWL 10.48m
Beam: 3.75m
Draft: 2.4m (std keel)
Displacement: 5400kg (std boat)

Sail areas
Mainsail 48.6m2
Code 1 Jib 36m2
Masthead Spinnaker 129m2

Hull - Epoxy Foam Composite
Finish - Gelcoat
Deck - Epoxy Foam with select areas
With Balsa Core.
Finish - Gelcoat

Southern Spars/Selden Alloy, three Spreader.
Wire Rigging Discontinious
Tuff Luff System for foresail
Two spinnaker halyards
Foresail halyard
Mainsail halyard

Deckgear (all Lewmar)
Lewmar 4 x 46ST plus 2 x 48ST Winches
Genoa Cars adjustable from cockpit
German Mainsheet System
All control Lines back to cockpit
Backstay 48:1 led fwd to Trimmer position

Volvo 20hp with Saildrive
115a Alternator
2 Blade Folding Prop
North Sails Dacron Mainsail
North Sails Dacron Code 1

Shore Power System with cable
Battery Charger 25ah
1 x 220v Socket at Nav Station
1 x 12v Socket at Nav Station
1 x Engine Battery 55ah
1 x House Battery 100ah

Fuel 110ltr
Water 110ltr
Black Water 40ltr

Pacer Yachts
P.O.Box 36803 Chempet
Cape Town
South Africa
Tel: 0027 21 5560416
Fax: 0027 21 5560992



Latest Comments

  • Mats Ohlsson 10/03/2010 - 21:06

    Beautiful boat. the interior is absolutely perfect!

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